Maestro Music Academy aims to teach individuals the art of Western Classical, Bollywood & Pop music and arm them with a strong foundation and appreciation for music. We have an overall experience of over 5 years in teaching music, with a current strength of more than 350 students across our four establishments in Mumbai and Pune. This year, more than 75 students have appeared for the Trinity College of London examinations successfully.


It is often said music and science are more deeply synced than one would assume. A good musician understands how to integrate sound into patterns that elicit emotion. At Maestro Music Academy, we teach children the science behind this artform so they can create and compose music independently. With a tailored curriculum to suit the requirements of all age groups and musical proficiency, we equip children to understand the theory behind the music they are playing whilst perfecting their skills as a performer. Our dedicated faculty, each of whom possess a Trinity College of London certification, will work closely with each individual student to nurture their cognitive skills and lateral thinking abilities, thus helping in their overall personality development.


  • A curriculum focused on Western Classical music, designed by industry experts with experience of teaching western classical music for over    2 decades

  • Affiliation with Trinity College of London with a coterie of skilled professional music teachers certified by the esteemed institution.

  • A simplified yet quality infrastructure and setup.

  • Renowned international and Indian visiting faculty who will conduct educative workshops for skill development - Practicing techniques,    routines, ear training, improvisation etc.

  • Preparation for concerts and competitions, helping children develop leadership skills and confidence.

  • Regular assessment of students to identify areas of strengths and improvements



With a vision to nurture music into everyone’s life. Started learning Keyboard from the early school days. He got introduced to western classical music at the age of 14 after watching Tamas Vasary in a piano concert at NCPA. Since then his thrive to learn Piano and explore Western Classical music is astounding. Akash has secured a Distinction in Grade 8 Piano and has completed Advance Certificate in Piano from Trinity College London. He is a recipient of “The Blossom Mendonca” award for securing the highest mark at the first attempt among all Advanced Certificate candidates in 2016.

He is a regular attendee of the Trinity Laban Workshop (London) held in Goa and Mumbai and has travelled to Budapest, Hungary for attending the Echo Summer Academy. He has given solo performances (Western Classical) in Goa, Mumbai and Budapest. Akash has received guidance and master classes from eminent pianists, musicians and teachers from worldwide – Karl Lutchmayer (England), Tatyana Dichenko (Russia) and Balázs Fülei (Hungary). He started teaching piano in 2013 and has had a very successful record as a teacher. Many of his students have received distinctions in piano examinations and has performed in several events. Along with Western Classical music, Akash plays and teaches Bollywood and Pop music as well and has performed in several bands and Corporate events.


Experienced Project Management Professional with keen interest in Western & Indian Classical Music. Founded Sangeeta Music Academy in 2017 to nurture music in people of all age groups. The academy currently trains people in both Western and Indian classical music and prepares students for Trinity college of London / Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva exams. Arvind has a vision to develop a structured music curriculum and integrate it in schools so that more and more people can take the benefit of learning music in a structured manner. With his strong Project Management experience, he works on end to end requirements of establishing music academy and focuses on providing quality training. He strongly believes every student has a potential and every teacher needs to have a deep commitment in exploring that possibility with a student. He has strong mentors on both Indian and Western Classical Music. For Indian Classical he is guided by Amol Dongre and Dr Madhuri Dongre. For Western Classical he is guided by Akash Mistry. Arvind extends his deepest gratitude to his “Gurus” as “Guru” is the one who creates, sustains knowledge and destroys the weeds of ignorance. For Arvind nurturing music starts at home. He treasures spending time with his son Akarsh who plays Indian classical on a western instrument. Akarsh has been awarded a title of Vishesh Yogyata by Akhil Bhartiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya.